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Ursula von der Leyen

Call to stimulate recycling markets following EU President’s State of the Union Address

European recycling and waste trade association have welcomed EU President Ursula von der Leyen's State of the Union address, but called for...

Chiltern Railways to install coffee cup recycling at all of its stations

Train operator Chiltern Railways has implemented coffee cup recycling at all of its stations, with the official launch at Marylebone Station in London.  
Veolia plastic

Veolia joins OPRL

Veolia has become the first waste management company to join the On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) organisation under its new waste management grade.

New sortable black plastics additive launched by Gabriel-Chemie

A new ink that allows black plastics to be sorted by near-infrared (NIR) detectors has been launched by Austrian masterbatch company Gabriel-Chemie.
The Recycling Podcast

The Recycling Podcast has been launched

A new podcast, The Recycling Podcast, discussing the latest issues in the recycling sector has been launched. The first...
black label paper bottle

Diageo launch 100% plastic free paper whisky bottle

A 100% plastic free paper whisky bottle has been launched by drinks manufacturer Diageo. In early 2021, Johnnie Walker...

Single management system for PRN compliance is favourite model in Resources & Waste Strategy...

A single not-for-profit management organisation has been revealed as the preferred model for respondents in the Government's and devolved Governments' responses to...

OPRL to take recycling infrastructure into account on packaging recycling labels

Recycling label organisation OPRL has revealed that it will now take into account materials recycling facilities (MRF) and council collections on packaging...

Wood sector opposed to PRN price stability mechanism

Two wood trade associations have expressed their opposition to a proposed price stability mechanism for PRNs. Following volatility seen...
Queen's Speech

Queen’s Speech promises extension of producer responsibility

The Government plans to extend producer responsibility and introduce charges on more specified single use items, the Queen's Speech has revealed.
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